Abdul Sattar

Rookie - 20 Points (13 May 1977 / Swabi)

Where Every Thing Is Bright - Poem by Abdul Sattar

In the deepness of thoughts
We loose ourselves
And find another world
The world of dreams
So beautiful
That we forget ours
That world is of joys
We choose our own
Like children toys
We play with things
Like a tennis ball
Sometimes in the palaces
Sometimes in the gardens
Sometimes on the roads
Sometimes in the lawns
Of our dreamy world
All we do is for joy
For the sweetness of life
For the peace of mind
But what gives us peace?

A spirit of courageous life
Among the sharp thorns
What the roses enjoy
In their counted days of life
And gives the charm to atmosphere
Let we see them again
In our dreamy world
Where every thing is right
Where every thing is bright!

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 17, 2005

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